50 stocking stuffers for toddlers

It’s the second week in December and I’ve officially deemed it Christmas crunch time around here. I want the presents purchased and wrapped before the week of Christmas and I want to enjoy the days leading up to the most wonderful day of the year. Stocking stuffers seem to be an afterthought for me, I buy all the big things and then I’m left scratching my head and wondering what I’ll put into the stockings hanging from the mantle.

But, stockings are so much fun! This year I decided to be a little more intentional in the stocking stuffer department and on my hunt, I found some cute ideas. I thought I’d pass them along to you, in case you’re looking for fresh ideas this Christmas.

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Toddler Stocking Stuffers
First ten are pictured above.
  1. Battat Rainmaker
  2. Tickle Monster Mitts
  3. Play-Doh Holiday Pack Candy Cane with 10 Mini Cans
  4. Melissa & Doug Make-A-Face Sticker Pad
  5. Finger Puppets Set
  6. Playskool Washable Jumbo Markers
  7. Lego Mini-Figures
  8. Doodle Pro Travel
  9. Haba Play Food
  10. Piggy Paint Toe Tally Gift Set
  11. Bubbles
  12. Spinbrush For Kids Battery Powered Toothbrush
  13. Christmas Themed Cups
  14. Princess Crown
  15. Magic Wand
  16. Safari TOOB
  17. Water Flutes
  18. Matchbox Cars
  19. Sidewalk Chalk
  20. Bath Toys
  21. Hair Bows
  22. Hair Brush
  23. Xylophone
  24. Maracas
  25. Classic Tin Kaleidoscope
  26. Disney Movies
  27. Socks
  28. Stickers
  29. Notepad (perfect for stickers)
  30. Coloring Book
  31. Mattel Sing-A-Ma-Jigs Duets
  32. Character Underwear
  33. Tea Set
  34. Character Stuffed Animals
  35. Mini Lego Duplo Set
  36. Hat
  37. Gloves
  38. Bubble Bath
  39. Bath Crayons
  40. Melissa & Doug Animals Mini-Puzzle Pack
  41. Traveling Flash Cards
  42. Finger Paint Set
  43. Large Bouncey Balls
  44. Spin and Learn Color Flashlight
  45. Slide And Talk Smart Phone
  46. Weebles
  47. Leg Warmers/Tights
  48. Webkinz
  49. Silly Putty
  50. Little People Sets

As always, make sure that there are no small parts, and that things are age appropriate for your child.

What have I missed? Do you have a great stocking stuffer idea? Leave it in the comments, I would love to hear!

 

 

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  1. Thanks for all of these great ideas! My plan is to be completely done with ALL shopping by the end of this weekend too! As for Addie’s stocking this year, since she has recently decided that she is deathly afraid of taking baths, I’m including the bath crayons, a little water baby mermaid, and more bath toys.
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  2. LOVE these ideas! I shopped the Target dollar spot for most of mine but now I’m thinking I need to add some more…. :)
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  3. I love the rainstick up there, it’s a great sensory toy. We purchased a textured Tangle fidget toy for our sensory troubled kiddo.
    Another great toy is called a Find It. It’s a tube filled with plastic beads and little objects. You have to locate the objects by shaking and turning the toy.
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  4. Thanks so much for this wonderful list. I definitely am always looking for great ideas.
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  5. Chocolate toothpaste!!! :)

    http://theodent.com/products.html

    seriously. andrew loves it. he calls it his “cookie toothpaste” lol
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